Ministry of Home Affairs Designates Muslim League Jammu Kashmir as an ‘Unlawful Association’ under UAPA

Union Home Ministry Designates ‘Muslim League Jammu Kashmir (Masarat Alam faction)’ as ‘Unlawful Association’ under UAPA

On December 27th, the Union Home Ministry officially declared the ‘Muslim League Jammu Kashmir (Masarat Alam faction)’ (MLJK-MA) as an ‘Unlawful Association’ under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (UAPA). This decision is a response to the organization’s alleged involvement in activities characterized as anti-national and secessionist in the Jammu and Kashmir region.

Union Minister Amit Shah expressed concern about the group’s engagement in actions that undermine the nation’s interests. He stated, “The ‘Muslim League Jammu Kashmir (Masarat Alam faction)’/MLJK-MA is declared as an ‘Unlawful Association’ under UAPA. This organization and its members are involved in anti-national and secessionist activities in J&K, supporting terrorist actions and inciting people to establish Islamic rule in J&K.”

Shah emphasized the government’s unwavering position against any threats to the unity, sovereignty, and integrity of the nation. He underscored this commitment, saying, “The PM @narendramodi government’s message is loud and clear that anyone acting against the unity, sovereignty, and integrity of our nation will not be spared and face the full wrath of the law.”

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